The Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 1.15
The Yoga of Arjuna’s Crisis
The Lord-of-the-Senses (Krsna) blew Pāncajanya,
Wealth-Winner (Arjuna), Devadatta,
And Bhīma, voracious, of terrible deeds,
Blew his great conch, Paundra.
Pāṇcajanya, the Bristling Haired One (Krishna),
Devadatta, Conqueror of Wealth (Arjuna)
pāuṇḍram dadhmāu mahāsañkham
Pāuṇḍram he blew, the great conch horn,
terrible In action, the Wolf-bellied (Bhīma)
Krishna blew his Panchajanya;
Arjuna blew Devadatta,
While Bhima, terrible in action,
Blew the great conch horn Paundra.
pāñcajanyam (m. acc. sg.), name of Krishna’s conch horn which was taken from the demon Pañcajana after Krishna slew him.
hṛṣīkeśas (m. nom. sg.), “Bristling Haired,” “Erect Hair,” a very frequent epithet of Krishna.
devadattam (m. acc. sg.), “God Given,” name of Arjuna’s conch horn.
dhanamjayas (m. nom. sg.), “Conqueror of Wealth,” very common epithet of Arjuna.
pāuṇḍram (m. acc. sg.), name of Bhlma’s conch horn. Possibly named for a king of a people in Eastern India, thought to be a brother of Krishna.
dadhmāu (3rd sg. perfect act. √dhma), he blew.
mahā, great, mighty.
sañkham (m. n. acc. sg.), conch horn.
bhīmakarmā (m. nom. sg. BY cpd.), terrible in action, whose actions are terrible.
vṛka (m.), wolf.
udaras (m. nom. sg.), belly, stomach. (The epithet vṛkodara was applied to Bhīma because of his enormous appetite. (vṛka-udara, m. nom. sg. BV cpd., wolf-bellied one.)